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Vitamin D Supplements & Tablets

Vitamin D plays a truly remarkable role in the body for all round health and wellness, from contributing to the normal function of the immune system to the maintenance of normal bones and teeth. The UK Department of Health recommends that everyone should consider a daily supplement of vitamin D especially during the autumn and winter. In addition to vitamin D tablets and gummies, our selection of vitamin D Supplements also includes vitamin D drops for kids.

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Vitamin D & Vitamin D3 Tablets

Vitamin D3 is the preferred form of vitamin D, naturally made by the body on exposure to sunlight. Ultra Vitamin D is a premium range of vitamin D3 supplements, including vitamin D gummies and vitamin D3 tablets. If you are looking for vitamin D 1000iu tablets, then Ultra Vitamin D 1000 IU provides an optimum strength dose to support normal immune function and all round health and wellness. For an extra strength vitamin D 2000iu option, Ultra Vitamin D 2000IU gives you more to help build your reserves. For an alternative to vitamin D tablets, Ultra Vitamin D Gummies provide 1000 IU of vitamin D3 in a delicious, natural orange flavoured chewable gummy.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Vitamin D tablets are a convenient way to top your vitamin D levels. The UK Department of Health recommends that everyone should consider a daily supplement of vitamin D especially during the autumn and winter, when it would be difficult to obtain enough vitamin D from sunlight. 

We get most of our vitamin D from the sun, as it’s produced by our body when our skin is exposed to sunlight. It can be very hard to obtain enough vitamin D from exposure to sunlight in winter, which is why the UK Department of Health recommends that everyone should consider taking a vitamin D supplement during the autumn and winter. 

Learn more from our guide to The Main Sources Of Vitamin D.

Vitamin D can be found in several different food and drink groups, including fish (such as salmon, herring, halibut, canned tuna and sardines), fish liver oils, egg yolk, mushrooms (maitake mushrooms, portabella mushrooms and chanterelle mushrooms), fortified milk (cows milk, almond milk and soy milk), butter, margarine, fortified orange juice, some fortified cereals and some fortified yogurts. Read our blog to find out more about Vitamin D Foods.

In the UK, the Department of Health and Social Care recommends that anyone aged four and over as well as pregnant and lactating women should consider taking 10 micrograms (μg) of vitamin D a day during the autumn and winter.

Read more About Vitamin D Levels in our handy guide.

Vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin, so it is better absorbed when consumed alongside a meal or snack that includes some healthy fats. There is no scientific consensus about which time of day is best to take vitamin D but some people prefer not to take it during the evening.

IU stands for International Units, which is a measure of the amount of vitamin D. This amount can also be measured in micrograms (μg), which is 1,000 times smaller than a milligram (mg). One microgram of vitamin D is equal to 40 IU, so a vitamin D 1000iu tablet would contain 25 micrograms of vitamin D and a vitamin D 2000iu tablet would contain 50 micrograms.

Vitamin D has multiple functions and benefits that are probably more wide ranging than any other vitamin. New global research shows that the health benefits of this nutrient stretch well beyond bone health. There is increasing evidence for the beneficial effects from dietary vitamin D which has shown benefits for its contribution to:

  • Maintenance of normal bones and teeth

  • Normal absorption and utilisation of calcium and phosphorus

  • Normal muscle function

  • Normal blood calcium levels

  • Normal function of the immune system

The UK Department of Health has stated how important Vitamin D is by recommending that everyone (including pregnant and breastfeeding women) should consider taking a supplement containing vitamin D especially during the autumn and winter (Source: This is especially important during the months from September to March, as we do not get enough Vitamin D from sunlight and it is difficult to get enough Vitamin D from food alone.

Yes, our products are carefully-formulated to contain precise, safe levels of Vitamin D. Some people also have underlying medical conditions that may limit or increase the level of Vitamin D they should take – if in doubt, speak to your doctor.

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